Lead, motivate, inspire and guide High School Conservation crews in more than 100 spectacular national parks, forests and refuges across the US. SCA offers qualified applicants the opportunity to guide volunteer crews during the summer in the backcountry or frontcountry while supporting land management agencies such as, the National Park Service and the USDA Forest Service.
Your SCA crew may:
To be a Leader, you must have a strong interest and experience teaching and/or working with youth, be able to maintain a positive work environment and have relevant outdoor experience (living and/or working). Positions are available throughout the United States.
Lead, mentor and coach crews of high school students, ages 15-18, during the Summer. Crew Leaders will train and supervise teams of students through the completion of much needed conservation service projects in cities and community parks. Leaders will plan weekly field trips designed to build community understanding and environmental stewardship with participants.
A Community Crew Leader should have experience teaching or working with urban youth, be able to maintain a positive work environment and have relevant outdoor experience (living and/or working). Community Program positions available in: Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, Houston, Dallas, Stamford, Detroit, Newark, Oakland, Clinton, NJ, Milwaukee, & Baltimore.
For specific employment opportunities as a Community Crew Leader, please refer to our Employment page.
Partner liaison, educator, environmentally driven. These qualities, and more, embody our best and brightest Conservation Corps Project Leaders. Project Leaders play a vital role in developing the work plan's with SCA and their partner agencies.
Projects may include:
You can complete and submit your application quickly and easily using our online application process or email cover letter and resume to email@example.com